Theia & private actors

Theia Elements Transferable to Companies

Most of Theia products, softwates and tools developed within Theia SECs are delivered under open licences (ETALAB, Creative Commons, etc.). Private stakeholders such as scientists, administrations or local authorities can therefore use them and develop their own uses, especially commercial ones.

To manufacture Theia products, Theia SECs have developed processing chains, most of which are distributed under open licences. Interested companies can contact these SECs to find out more and, if necessary, receive advice on their implementation.

Some Examples of Transfer and Cooperation with Companies

Private companiesTheia Transfered Product or TreatmentDeveloping Theia SEC
MagelliumSnowSnow-covered surface SEC
TerraNISSat’IrrEvapotranspiration SEC
CLSHydrowebWater levels of lakes and rivers SEC
Kermap, Aistechspace, Magellium, Geoface, Cap Gemini, etc.MajaSurface Reflectance SEC

Theia News on Private actors

Using satellite imagery to establish a link between the environment, the habitats that are favourable to these species, and the human and animal populations at risk

Annelise TRAN, CIRAD researcher and THEIA Risks associated with Infectious Diseases SEC, shares her vision of Theia consortium, its achievements as well as the challenges ahead.

Huge Success for the French-Lebanese Summer School on Remote Sensing

Theia-AUB Summer School in Beirut has been a huge success. All presentation and teaching material are now on-line.

“What motivates my interest in THEIA, but also in the very idea of data consortia, are the ever-changing activities and the associated challenges.”

Arnaud Sellé, CNES-Partner Interoperability Manager for DINAMIS, Theia & ForM@Ter, gives us his vision of Theia contributions and challenges.

Theia programme at Living Planet Symposium

Go to Bonn with Theia’s Living Planet programme in your pocket!

Theia News on Transfer

Using satellite imagery to establish a link between the environment, the habitats that are favourable to these species, and the human and animal populations at risk

Annelise TRAN, CIRAD researcher and THEIA Risks associated with Infectious Diseases SEC, shares her vision of Theia consortium, its achievements as well as the challenges ahead.

Huge Success for the French-Lebanese Summer School on Remote Sensing

Theia-AUB Summer School in Beirut has been a huge success. All presentation and teaching material are now on-line.

“What motivates my interest in THEIA, but also in the very idea of data consortia, are the ever-changing activities and the associated challenges.”

Arnaud Sellé, CNES-Partner Interoperability Manager for DINAMIS, Theia & ForM@Ter, gives us his vision of Theia contributions and challenges.

Theia programme at Living Planet Symposium

Go to Bonn with Theia’s Living Planet programme in your pocket!

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